Wednesday 26 April 2017

BLUE-Joseph Zammit, POLLY-Mariele Zammit, JERRY-Justin Mamo, BERNIE-Alan Montanaro, BELL BOY-Andre Mangion

The Great Big Radio Show! Manoel Theatre Vallatta

The MADC is delighted to present this affectionate pastiche of the typical 1930s musical comedy, with a gloriously tuneful score by  Philip Glassborow.

 

New York, 1933 – a top rated variety show is about to go on the air – LIVE! But the star ain’t here yet……The producer, the bandleader, the P.A. all have to keep the show on the air…hoodlums are after their missing gat, mistakenly picked up at a speakeasy by a young singer/violinist…the sponsor decides to stay and watch the show – what else can go wrong? Plenty……..

 

BUT!  A  waitress gets swept off to sing, a legendary movie star agrees to sing – the hoodlums get their gat back and everything ends happily.  Well, it is a musical comedy, after all….!

 

Directed by Polly March. Starring Alan Montarnaro, Katja Brauneis and Joseph Zammit, with Nicola Azzopardi, Katherine Brown, Alexander Gatesey-Lewis, Luke Saydon, Justin Mamo, Michael Mangion, Andre Mangion, Mariele Zammit, and Geoff Thomas as The King of The Keyboard!

 

With Vocal Coaching by Cathy Lawlor and Choreography by Alison bird, you will sing and tap dance your way out of the Manoel Theatre, Valletta

Shows on: 17, 18, 19 & 24, 25, 26 October 8.00pm!

 

Booking Online: www.teatrumanoel.com.mt Email: [email protected] Tel: 2124 6389

Tickets:  Euro 16 & 20 on 1st weekend – Euro 20 & 24 on 2nd weekend

Plus Group Bookings: 1 seat free with 10 purchased – Only available from Manoel Booking Office booking

Music and lyrics by Philip Glassborow

Book by Philip Glassborow, with additional material by Nick McIvor.

Dance arrangements by David Rhind-Tutt and Geoff Thomas

 

A smash-hit at the renowned Watermill Theatre in Newbury and acclaimed by the BBC, The Times, The Independent.

*Winner of The Vivian Ellis Awards, with judges Cameron Mackintosh, Tim Rice and Sheridan Morley.

*Finalist in The Quest for British Musicals, at Buxton Opera House, with judges Sir Andrew Lloyd-Webber and Richard Stilgoe

*The premiere at The Watermill Theatre was sponsored by The Mackintosh Foundation, subsequently transferring to The Bridewell Theatre, London. 

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